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Old 04-29-2008, 05:47 AM   #641
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The pot lid holder.... Sorry, I'm so un-techy that I've given up trying to post anything. Another thing on my TO DO list -- post some of my cards and things. Actually the lid holder is steadier than I thought it would be (vs. when I first saw it on the WalMart shelf). Oh when I said I placed my papercutter in it I didn't mean my table top cutter but the plastic Fiskars.
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Not sure if this was mentioned yet or not, but when you purchase double sided DP, be sure to store half of it one side, half showing the reverse side...This way when thumbing through DP you see what you have, and don't have to remember what is 2 sided and look at the backs.
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Wow- lots and lots of great tips. It has taken me 2 days to read all of the tips when I can get a few minutes.

I have a couple.

I went from stamping in the dining room to turning the spare bedroom into a "craft/computer/gaming room". To protect the table when I was stamping in the dining room I found a roll of shelf liner that was rubbery at the dollar store for $2.00. It works like a charm for making a spongey type surface for crisper images and just rolls back up when I am done so it takes up virtually no space. And it cleans up super easy!

To keep all of my ribbon in place I use straight pins - the fancy ones with the bead on top. I had to buy a ton of these when my son got married for the skirting on the tables. Now, after the first time I use ribbon, I just slide the pin through the end and into the ribbon. No more stray ribbon for the cat to play with.

Crystal Lite containers! I love these things. I store all of my colored pencils in the Crystal Lite Containers since I don't use SU colored pencils. Easy to find and easy to take when I am on the go.

I also use one for all of my paint brushes so they are all handy and in one location.

Thanks all for all of the wonderful tips - I have lots of neat new ideas to implement.
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LOL......I also love using empty crystal light & pringle containers for holding my pencils, pens, etc. I decorated my pringle can with pretty wallpaper.
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I like to use an acrylic straw dispenser to store my pencils and/or markers in. They're easy to grab, easy to see what you have, (and it's fun to pull the top up and spin your pencils around). They're only a couple of dollars at walmart or target in the summer section.

They look similar to this one.
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Crystal Lite containers! I love these things. I store all of my colored pencils in the Crystal Lite Containers since I don't use SU colored pencils. Easy to find and easy to take when I am on the go.

I also use one for all of my paint brushes so they are all handy and in one location.

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I agree with the Crystal Lite containers. I just found that they are the perfect size for holding my wheels!
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I agree with Crystal Light containers. I cover the outside with pretty paper. Both the tall and short ones work for different things.
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When I bought my Fiskar cutter and templates it did not come with a "cutting board". I had found flexible cutting boards at one of the kitchen store - they came 3 to a pack for $2 or $3 and were great for chopping on and then dropping your veggies or whatever into the pan/pot.

I stole one of those from the kitchen and use it as my cutting mat. It's thin, easy to store and works great.
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Default another use for straw container

I store my cotton balls in a straw container which is great for pulling up the cotton balls with and keeping the counter having more space because the storage is vertical.
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White out pen or liquid paper pen - I was at work yesterday, working (No, really I was. OK, maybe my mind was wandering a little to the challenge of the day) when i had to take some black marks off of a paper and grabbed the white out pen. Then it hit me -

This would be better than buying a white marker and it would make great white dots on cards
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I love to use buttons, and to make "sewing them on" faster, I take thread and double or quadruple it, go through the button hole, and then use a glue dot to attach it to my card/layout. So easy!
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I need to make a word doc with all these ideas on it. So many Great ones.

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Actually post 601 on page 16 has the doc attached to it!
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Thanks ladies for all the great tips.
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Thankyou thankyou thankyou silvergoddess for starting this thread! This is INVALUABLE!! I've been putting alot of these tips to good use already! and now I have some free tools I got simply lying around my house instead of having to go out and buy them!! I did the tip where it suggested heating up the head of a brad and then dipping it into EP and then reheating. It worked AWESOME!! I used it on my mother's day card for my mom and she loved it! now she's gonna try it...LOL I also made a copy of these tips for her as well. Oh! and I went out and bought a clipboard today at the dollar tree and covered it with tinfoil. I will DEFINITELY be using that to heat emboss on as my cards were curling up when I heated them. Well, I'm rambling but, very excited and once again, very appreciative. thanks!
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I like to use empty tic-tack containers for storing eyelets. Easy to dispense and easy to see. The only down side is taking the time to remove the the labels.
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I guess it is time to upload the most current Tips file. I have updated the file to the lastest tip.

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Bless you bless you... this is soo cool. I will print these and keep them by my stampin area.
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I guess it is time to upload the most current Tips file. I have updated the file to the lastest tip.

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I just realized what I typed this morning when I was in a hurry. I meant latest tip, not lastest. Good thing I didn't have to type all those tips, isn't it?
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It took a while to find this thread again. 2 days since last post. thank you so much granny for complying the information into a document. I had to "search" using "tic tak" to find this post again. I can't believe two days have gone by without another good idea.
Did anyone add using a JUMBO thumbtack to punch holes for eyelets or brads to start the hole. I use a mouse pad to punch into. I'll buy 6 jUmBo tacks in a pacakge for $1 and cut a used mouse pad and give away at crops. Vendors leave mouse pads all the time at the office.
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When I get a new stamp set, I stamp each image on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper (you can get more than one stamp set on a page) and then label the name of the set on the page, then put this in a 3-ring binder. I can usually remember the large pieces, but this is particularly useful for some of the small images that come in a set that you might want to use as a background, etc. It's a lot easier to go through a 3-ring binder than rummaging through stamp sets. Works for me.
I take this one step further. Instead of stamping the image on the paper, I copy the sheet of labels that comes with the set on my printer/copier. Then put in a 3-ring binder. You're right - it sure makes it easier to find a specific stamp.
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I can't live without having a Swifter cloth at my side. It is amazing how easily you can clean up pearl ex, embossing powder and pastels with that cloth. I wipe off my card first and then use it on my work surface when I'm done. Nothing works better !!


By the way, this thread is great. I hope there is a lot more participation.
I have a wonderfully fluffy makeup brush that I use to swipe away excess chalk, pencil bits, powder, etc.
It fits right in my cup that I store my scissors, piercer, blender pen, eraser, exacto knife, etc.
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Great thread...so very helpful.

Perhaps, this tip has been posted already but... when embossing, I use an aluminum foiled wrapped piece of cardboard to lay my cardstock on - it cuts down on the heating time and prevents warping, curling etc. -- just be sure the heat gun is really hot and don't keep it too close to whatever you are embossing.

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This may have been mentioned already... I use the kitchen canisters (clear) to store my jumbo stamp rolls and my ribbon. It's not easy to get the ribbon out, but it looks pretty! I have all four sizes of the canisters, and in one I have the deco scissors, they fit perfectly.
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I just picked up a roll of drywall mesh tape the other day and have a good tip to share! I wanted to make the tape a different color so I got out a piece of scrap acetate and then cut out the size I needed. After sticking it to the acetate, I was able to take a ink pad and pounce it all over the tape. I dried it with my heat gun, took off the tape and attached it to my card.
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I had a question about the crystal lite containers you mentioned either the tall or the short ones. The only ones I know about are short, they have like five little tubs of crystal lite powder in them. What are the tall ones? Do you find they tip over when you put the brushes or pencils in them? I am thinking of attaching them together with and make a block of them so they won't tip.
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I have a clipboard that I covered in aluminum foil that I use for embossing. The clip part holds your work securely and the foil helps speed the process up. I can't remember which vendor it was, but I got the idea at the scrap/paper show at the Big E in Springfield Mass last year.
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I use a clip clothespin to hold the item I am going to emboss so I don't burn my short fat fingers. I use wedge make up sponges for sponges. They can usually be found at the dollar store cheap.
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I use a clothes pin too. I keep it clipped on to my heat gun so I know where it is when I need it.
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I had a question about the crystal lite containers you mentioned either the tall or the short ones. The only ones I know about are short, they have like five little tubs of crystal lite powder in them. What are the tall ones? Do you find they tip over when you put the brushes or pencils in them? I am thinking of attaching them together with and make a block of them so they won't tip.
I have seen Crystal Lite in little 4 tub containers and 6 tub containers. I use the large Crystal Lite containers for colored pencils, paint brushes and other thinks like that. I also use the plastic Kool-Aid containers to store heavier items like ink pens and whatnot.

I love the idea of attaching them together - I may have to try that!
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